|I will like to configure my Router to access ISP directly, and I will like to take these tasks step by step as you better outlined them. |
Currently the router interface facing the modem is getting Private IP address (precisely from the DHCP service running in ISP provided modem). The IP its getting is 192.168.1.8
(is a DHCP client), while the interface interfacing the LAN is static IP address.
Based on these, can anyone guide me on how to configure the ISP provided username, password, NAT, Protocols, etc on the router, together with these information:
ISP's username - sksk123 (email@example.com)
ISP's password - password123
ISP's domain - myisp.com
ISP's pop3 - pop3.myisp.com
ISP's smtp - smtp.myisp.com
ISPs smtp port - 555
Internal interface (ether0) - 192.168.11.1
External interface (serial0) - 192.168.13.1
By the way the connection line to the isp is fibre optics.
And I receive DHCP assigned IP address from the ISP, not static.
1, So, how do I configure things up?
2, Will the Serial0 interface be configured as a DHCP client? (I'm assuming so)
3, As NAT will be configured in the both interfaces, if Serial0 interface will be configured as DHCP client, how then do we configure NAT in it?